So 2017 is the year I'm going to stop hiding away, the blog is going to focus slightly more on me and have more balance of different topics not just reviews! So their is no better way than a lush post is there?
I only recently got in to lush a few years ago. I'm not a total lushie that all my beauty products come from there, but I still have quite a few items I regularly buy from there.
Bath bombs are amazing and I haven't met another bath bomb that smells so amazing. I love the colour displays, but sometimes you can get that pee colour once it's all mixed in... Sorry yoga bomb you are one of those!
My favourite ever bath bomb was " Cinders" it didn't return this year, it was only a small bath bomb but the scent was amazing!! The bomb itself is sweet & spicy sweet inspired by fireside gatherings with family and friends. With the surprise of crackling vegan popping candy & stimulating cinnamon leaf oil to recreate the warmth of the heart.
If I had to pick a bath bomb from the current range I would go for the " The Experimenter " the unique shape and the colours that come off this bath bomb are amazing. It has popping candy included to, so not only do you get the colour burst you also get the lovely popping sound too while it's dissolving. The vetivert & sweet vanilla scent is amazing, which clings on you throughout the day.
The " Big " shampoo I've been using for a few years, it takes some getting used to as it's sea salt and it's very chunky and gritty when you first use. It the lather you get from it is pretty impressive, start at the roots and work your way down and it's amazing. It's been great for the issue of dandruff and leaves my hair squeaky clean. It's expensive at £12 a pot, but a little goes a long way.
Ocean Salt face & body scrub is something I use once a week to clear and exfoliate my skin. The citrus scent is lovely and it has a mixture of different texture sea salts, balanced with coconut oil and avocado butter to soften the skin.